Modern Manhua Adapted from Novels
An Angel Will Stand in For me To Love You by Ming Xiao Xi
This is another completed manhua by the same author as Summer of Bubbles. I think she might have a few more based on her novels such as Afternoon Lavendar, etc. Since, I don’t like her novels which come across as one-dimensional and weird, I will leave them to those who like her style.
Bringing the Nation’s Husband Home by Ye Fei Ye
The drawings are quite nice and there is even an anime version.
CEO Above, Me Below by Jiang Xiao Ya
This president text even has a manhua translated into English now. The drawings are pretty nice but all the leads in the president text manhua look kind of the same like the plots.
The little boy is so cute and the FL and ML also very well drawn. I like the donghua which I think is based on the manhua.
Come and Eat, Shan Shan by Gu Man
Part 1 of the manhua has just been released but unfortunately I can’t find a clearer copy in baidu:( Nonetheless they are still very nicely and cutely drawn so do take a look. Feng Teng is so handsome and Shan Shan is so adorable. They look just like how I imagine them. I am trying to buy an original copy so that I can scan, translate and post them so wish me luck.
Fleeting Midsummer by Po Nao Dai
This is a little-known novel but the manhua is rather cute, just like the book. I like it being so colourful but the drawings are not as refined as the ancient manhua. I feel it is suitable for the young ones especially those in college. Chapter 19 is the latest chapter which has been released and the manhua has not been updated for some time.
Full Marks Hidden Marriage: Pick Up a Son, Get a Free Husband by Jiong Jiong You Yao
God’s Left Hand & Fish Playing While Trapped in a Secret Room by Mo Bao Fei Bao
Oh so handsome lol. Novel purists don’t like the manhua, although they are ogling the drawings of the guys.
This is a very famous adventure and mystery novel. Only 5 volumes have been released which is a lot already. I plan to read the novel, plus look at the manhua when I am having a long holidays. I am not sure if there is any English translated manhua as this book has an official English translated version.
Just One Smile is Very Alluring by Gu Man
Not surprising to find a manhua for Wei Wei since it is such a popular novel & drama. The drawing is pretty good but Bong doesn’t like it because Da Shen is modeled after Jing Bo Ran, not Yang Yang 😛
Memory Lost by Ding Mo
Wah, another Ding Mo’s novel has manhua.
One Life, One Incarnation Beautiful Bones by Mo Bao Fei Bao
Oh so handsome & pretty, I like the drawings.
President’s Priceless Wife/ CEO and the Apple of His Eye by Wo Shi Mu Mu
Don’t really fancy the drawings in this manhua. They look like witch and pixie lol.
I don’t like the story line of this novel but I did take a look at the manhua. It is rather beautiful, kind of like the Japanese manga with pretty girls and handsome guys. The manhua is finished so you won’t be left at the edge of the cliff.
The Expensive Ex-wife of a Wealthy Family/ Billionaire by Yue Xia Xiao Hun
This is very popular and the drawings are pretty nice but the plot is so draggy.
The Whirlwind Girl by Ming Xiao Xi
Nearly all of Ming Xiao Xi’s novels have manhua.
Tiny Times by Guo Jing Ming
I am sure most of you have heard of this book since the movies have been released which will be followed with a drama. The manhua is quite nice but not coloured. Because Guo Jing Ming is a very enterprising author, you will never be able to find all the manhua online, so you need to buy them.
Trapped With the CEO by Bai Cha
Wah, so many dog blood President/CEO novels have manhua. When I’ve time I’ll include most of them here. I don’t like the male lead’s hair color but I think it was changed later as per the anime.
Vengeful Girl With Her CEO by Mei Jiao
The anime with English subs which I think is derived from the manhua is pretty good looking.
When He Comes, Close Your Eyes by Ding Mo
Don’t think he looks like Wallace Huo, the drawing not handsome enough.
With You by Ba Yue Chang An
Very cute and adorable manhua with color. Most of the youth novels have manhua.